Topics covered include: erasing your old relationship rules and finding new positive ones; learning how to recover from past hurt; learning strategies for checking that a new partner is right for you; determining whether it is love or infatuation; learning how to make the transition from singles to couple; maintaining comfort and security in a relationship; using strategies for dealing with conflict and disagreements; and avoiding booby traps.
For many of us, the fabled search for true love never seems to find a happy ending. We bounce from relationship to relationship, whether married or single, blaming the other person when things go sour, though never truly knowing what went wrong, never certain if it will work out next time.
Naked Relationships is a smart, fun, and practical guide to building healthy, lasting relationships. Jan Denise, whose newspaper column offers weekly advice on the finer points of love and life, shows you how to take nakedness to a whole new level, physically, mentally, and spiritually. You'll begin to understand relationships in a way you never did before. And you'll come to know that there really is a recipe for perfect love.
Best of all, you'll acquire tools to perfect the most important relationship of all--your unconditional love of self--so that the real you emerges, beautifully naked, ready for an honest relationship with a partner.
Margaret "Call me Meg" McKenzie Cooper will do anything to make her children's dreams for a daddy come true-even if it means accepting a stranger's outrageous marriage proposal. Only she hadn't counted on the man's brother being the dangerously sexy Parker Ponthier-or that making her children's dreams come true would mean risking her heart.
Could This Dream Come True?
Any woman between eight and eighty would kill to flaunt Parker's heirloom diamond engagement ring. The New Orleans millionaire doesn't want someone who's after his bank account-he's looking for a lifetime of love. Meg is warm, passionate, and sets his soul on fire. But while his instincts warn him that she's nothing but trouble with a capital "T," Parker decides that for once in his life he's going to follow his heart.